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My Thoughts on Donald Trump Running Again in 2024 [Video]

Posted by on Nov 16, 2022 in Blog, Essays, Politics, Rants and Raves, Video 1, What's Left | 0 comments




“They keep pulling me back in. Just when I thought we were out, they keep pulling me back in.”

Here are my thoughts on video which includes my reaction to Donald Trump’s official announcement yesterday that he shall seek the presidency in the 2024 election.

My three words to describe Trump running are: Disgust, Joy, and Sadness

(8-minute video)



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The Crypto Crash: Here’s What Happens When an Industry is Driven by Chumps, Jokers, and Thieves

Posted by on Nov 14, 2022 in Blog, Rants and Raves | 0 comments



Cryptocurrencies are ruining lives. It’s time to call out all the rug pullers, Ponzi punks, ransomware criminals, tax evaders, and slugs who promote this toxic garbage.



1.  You invested real money.

2.  You bought play money.

3.  You dove into an unregulated market.

4.  You rejected oversight.

5.  You laughed at fiat currencies.

6.  You trusted a bunch of slimeballs.

7.  You invested with scumbags.

8.  You laughed at centuries of proven monetary tradition.

9.  You willingly boosted worthless assets constructed entirely upon the “greater fool theory.”

10.  You ignored all the warnings.

11.  You gambled.

12.  You lost.

Now, fucking deal with it.

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30 Years Ago Today

Posted by on Nov 12, 2022 in Blog, Essays, Personal | 0 comments



Thirty years ago, Marieta and I stayed in Holland for a few months. Her brother lived in Eindhoven, a Dutch city near the border with Belgium and Germany. We took these photos in Nov. 1992.

Those were great days and even better nights. When I think back on those moments, that might have been the happiest time of my life. Well, except for one other moment.

As to my happiest time, my hope is — I still haven’t lived it yet.

Isn’t that a joy to anticipate? Let’s all hope tomorrow is a better day than today and yesterday. And if tomorrow turns out to be something better than where we are now, then that’s something to celebrate.

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